Santa Fe Opera Presents – “Oscar”, a Literary Genius Who Sacrifices Freedom for Love

Santa Fe is one of the coolest places to visit in the U.S.A.. One of the things that makes it so cool is the Santa Fe Opera.  Each week during the summer months of July and August the Santa Fe Opera brings some of the most famous amazing operas to the stage several nights a week. To say it is a world class opera isn’t doing it justice.
Saturday, July 27 • 8:30 PM – 11:00 PM
From 8:30 – 11 p.m. Sat. July 27, 2013 the opera “Oscar” will be performed at the Santa Fe Opera. As is customary, the Zia Diner wants opera fans to come eat first at the Zia and then go to the opera.
Below is some important information about the opera and some ways to line-up a ticket purchase.



Ticket Info

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Price Varies by Seating: $40-$225

Event Description

Buzz has been building in anticipation of The Santa Fe Opera’s world premiere of Oscar, composer Theodore Morrison’s opera based on the life of Oscar Wilde. Working with librettist and Wilde scholar John Cox, Morrison reveals the profoundly human side of the literary genius and aesthete. The charismatic countertenor David Daniels creates the role of Oscar. His friends Walt Whitman and Ada Leverson are sung by Dwayne Croft and Heidi Stober, with William Burden as Wilde’s ally Frank Harris. Evan Rogister, who spellbound with his leadership of King Roger last season, conducts.